• On Feb 21, 2016
    Candice from SC Asked

    When I book to stay at the resort and get my families tickets are they for all of the parks per day or do I have to buy tickets for each? We are staying 4 days and we were going to do 1 park a day.

    Hi Candice,

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Thanks for sending us this great question!

    There is absolutely no need to purchase different theme park tickets for each day of your vacation. If your intention is to visit exactly 1-Disney Theme Park each day of your 4-Day vacation, I recommend purchasing 4-Day Base Tickets for each person in your travel party. This type of ticket will enable your family to visit exactly one of the 4 Disney Theme Parks each day. In other words, your entire travel party will have four days' worth of admission entitlements allowing you to visit one theme park each day.

    How you choose to tour the parks is completely up to you of course. So for example, on Day-1 you may want to explore Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. On Day-2, you may wish to take in the glamour of Disney's Hollywood Studios. On Day-3, your family may want to tour Epcot. Then on Day-4, you may wish to have your vacation culminate at the Magic Kingdom Theme Park. Please note that children younger than age 3 are Mickey's Special Guests, and do not need admission tickets to access any of the Disney Theme Parks or Disney Water Parks.

    To summarize, when booking your family's Magic Your Way Vacation Package, simply add 4-Day Base Tickets for each member of your family to the reservation.

    Wishing you and your family a most unforgettable vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort!

    Ritzy ºOº
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